1968-2013 Full Size VansEconolines. E150, E250, E350, E450 and E550
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That looks like a pretty straight forward job is your frame mounts in the front from a kit or did you come up with your own pattern ? looks like a real good job ! I have a 91 e150 same body style , I was thinking of trying to find a truck or bronco same year with a blown engine ,do you know if a f150 drive line would be a direct fit or would I need to move up to the 250 or 350 series ,I would like to keep from mixing and matching a bunch of parts ,thats why I would want a doner vehicle and get everything from that ,Im a welder by trade so making trans mounts ,andother fabbed parts would not be a big deal, I thought there might be a kit you could buy to help with this conversion?any help or advice would be appreciated!
If you are doing a half ton, stuff from a 76-79 F150 or 78/79 Bronco would work nice. You would keep your coil spring buckets on your frame, and use the springs, axle,radius arms and what not from the pickup. You would have to make a track bar bracket for ypur frame. But its a strait forward job. Not hard at all.
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